Wing wins Europa Property real estate awards

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Developer Wing Zrt. received the "Company of the Year" award at the second edition of the Europa Property CRE Awards gala, while also winning in the "Office Developer" category, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Wing Chairman-CEO Noah Steinberg (second from left) at the ceremony.

Wing contributed several developments aiding the expansion of the Budapest real estate and office market in 2018, including the ibis Styles Budapest Airport Hotel, Wizz Airʼs international training center, and the new common headquarters of Magyar Telekom and T-Systems.

Currently, Wing has other significant projects underway, such as the Kassák Residence and Metropolitan Garden, alongside the Evosoft headquarters and Liberty Office Building.

"Wing concluded a strong year in 2018, resulting in us successfully keeping our market-leading position," said Wing Chairman and CEO Noah Steinberg. "We delivered several buildings important from the economic aspect as well, and we will retain the momentum this year as well."

Alongside already announced projects, Steinberg said Wing is constantly on the lookout for new opportunities, be it development or investment.

"The awards given to the company also underpin our efforts and prove that we are on the right track in our profession, as we determine aims that do not only satisfy Wing, but our partners and end users as well," he asserted.

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